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Our team has considerable experience of working with the NHS at all levels – strategically, tactically and operationally. We offer a mix of unique technical actuarial skills, NHS finance and contracting knowledge, clinical and health economics expertise, leadership and training in value-based healthcare. We are specialists in system-wide transformation, change management and population and public health-based approaches.
This model helps quantify the impact of care management programmes and redirecting care within the system on overall healthcare resource utilisation. Our tailored approach allows a range of different managed care programmes…
Using our proprietary Health Cost Guidelines grouper, Milliman’s population cost model (PCM) helps you standardise measures of cost and utilisation across services and populations.
Milliman’s International Best Practice Benchmarks help quantify potentially avoidable admissions and beddays within a healthcare system to identify potential value opportunities.
This paper presents a case study to discuss the process and considerations for developing an Accountable Care System in a regional National Health Service system.
Actuarial skills are immensely relevant in regional National Health Service environments and can be used to inform the design of risk-based accountable care system contracts.
This paper discusses the primary care redesign of seven US practices over the course of three years, including their reported utilisation and savings achievements.
This paper explores how the principles of a traditional capitation arrangement may apply in a regional National Health Service system where the stakeholder roles differ and the implementation of various key capitation…
Shared risk programmes are ‘flavour of the month’ in many countries. The US has accountable care organisations and Spain has integrated hospital arrangements. Now there is the introduction of alternative…
In the United Kingdom, healthcare operates on a surprisingly uncomplicated premise. The mission and strategy: free healthcare at the point of delivery to anyone who needs it.
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